Uncover the dark secret behind the curse of the Laroche Palace.
In a distant land there lies a mysterious palace known as Laroche Palace. The palace has stood for hundreds of years and it is rumored to have been created by an ancient ancestor of the De La Roche family to defend his bloodline. There are many local tales of the supposed 'Curse of Laroche' which has over the years has seen many of its Kings fall mysteriously ill and turn mad.
You begin the game as Sophia Fay a young woman who has mysteriously awoken in a bedroom within the Laroche Palace. She has no memory of who she is, where she is or how she came to be there.
Discover why everyone within the Palace has been cast into a magical sleep and uncover the truth behind the mysterious 'Heart of the Palace,' a powerful force that resides over the palace to serve and protect the De La Roche family.
Help Sophia recover her memories, discover her Royal romance and uncover the dark secret behind Laroche Palace.
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